Your two last letters came one last night and one the night before, and I read them by candlelight sitting on the little wooden bench outside my dug-out. I am sitting there now writing this, while the sun shines on the paper and a bee is humming round and round the bed of primroses in front of me. War and primroses! At the moment it does not seem as if there could be such a thing as war. Our
Leighton, Roland, Letter, 20-21 April 1915
Violets from the Trenches: Selections from the Letters of Roland Leighton and Vera Brittain
20-21 April 1915
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